The 2020-21 school year marks the 14th year of ISW serving the Wuxi foreign community, and I am honored to work with such incredible staff and partner with such amazing parents. Although the COVID-19 pandemic presented many challenges last school year, our community bounded together, and with the gudiance of the local government bureaus, are successfully overcoming all that COVID-19 has hindered. Because we have been through so many difficulties together, I am confident that our school community is stronger today than we have ever been before! As we look towards the future, we look forward to much growth and joy!
iSC Purpose Statement
International Schools Consortium is committed to providing transformative,
holistic K12 education to develop globally-minded individuals who learn, love, and lead.
IT'S GOOD TO HAVE FRIENDS
As a School, we strive to be appreciated as an active contributor to our local and global community in order to deliver the best possible teaching and learning opportunities for our students. To assist with these goals, we work with a range of partner organizations who provide a variety of services that support our position as an independent school, enhance our curriculum offering, or complement our community engagement programs.
INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS CONSORTIUM
International School of Wuxi is a part of the International Schools Consortium (iSC) — a nonprofit organization that, since 1986, has offered excellent academic programs to meet the intellectual, physical, and emotional needs of students. iSC has six schools in China — in Chengdu, Qingdao, Wuhan, Wuxi, Tianjin, and Yantai — one school in the UAE, and helps to support various other educational initiatives globally. iSC is a multi-school program, enabling students and teachers to participate in system-wide programs where they can interact with others outside of their immediate school. Students compete in basketball, volleyball and soccer tournaments, as well as music and choral festivals, and Model United Nations (MUN) conventions. In addition to student involvement, all teachers attend iSC’s annual professional development conference to share best practices. The opportunity to be a part of this larger, interconnected community is just one of the many ways in which the